file festival 2015 the new e-motion

FILE SAO PAULO 2015 – PROGRAM

FILE São Paulo 2015
the new e-motion
From June 16th to August 16th

FILE 2015 – Electronic Language International Festival takes place this year from June 16th to August 16th at Centro Cultural FIESP – Ruth Cardoso. In its 16th edition, the festival occupies the Art Gallery of SESI-SP, the Digital Art Gallery (the facade of the FIESP building) with the FILE LED SHOW, and the Mezzanine Floor, where a series of workshops takes place. The festival exhibits the interactive installation “Solar Pink”, by the North American group Assocreation, in the sidewalks of Avenida Paulista, and the installation “Arart” in the subway stations Trianon-Masp and Consolação. Created by Japanese artists Takeshi Mukai, Kei Shiratori and Younghyo Bak, this work creates dynamics in iconic art history paintings using an app for mobile devices.

Centro Cultural FIESP – Ruth Cardoso
Av. Paulista, 1313
In front of subway station Trianon-Masp
Free admission

The FILE 2015 exhibition, that takes place at the Art Gallery of SESI-SP, gathers artistic proposals in several forms such as interactive installations, games for multiple platforms, animations, video art, GIFs, WebGLs, web art and electronic sounds.

The festival also exhibits a projection subtitled in Portuguese of the award-winning movie “Shirley – Visions of Reality”, directed by Austrian filmmaker Gustav Deutsch, a contemporary cult cinema icon. Never shown before in Brazil, the film is based on 13 paintings by American painter Edward Hopper.

The participation in all activities of FILE 2015 is free

CINEMA

Gustav Deutsch – Shirley – Visions of Reality – Austria

Launch and single presentation on June 16th, 2015, 8 PM, at SESI-SP Theater.

13 of Edward Hopper’s paintings are brought alive by the film, telling the story of a woman, whose thoughts, emotions and contemplations let us observe an era in American history.

Distribution: EASTWEST FILMDISTRIBUTION GMBH

INSTALLATIONS

Alexandra Dementieva – Breathless – Belgium

In this installation, the ribs surrounding the viewer react to the data, lighting up as results render matches with the alternating words related to the concept of fear and desire found in the RSS and web feed. When he blows on the sensor, the pattern of illumination changes, and the words on display begin to fade. The simple act of breathing becomes visible and important as a symbolic resistance to the power of the mass media.

anno lab: Sadam Fujioka, Takeshi Usami, Nariaki Iwatani & Masahiro Ihara – A Tail of Spacetime – Japan

In this installation you can interact with your past self by touching a monument in the center of the room, which represents a tail of space-time. If you want to shake hands with your past self, you have to imagine that your future self wants to shake hands with you.

Assocreation – Solar Pink Pong – United States & Austria

“Solar Pink Pong” is a hybrid of street and video game. Players of this game can interact with an animated pink sunlight reflection on the street using their bodies and shadows.

Bego M. Santiago – Little Boxes – Spain

“Little Boxes” shows tiny people projected onto wooden boxes. Towards the giant spectator the mini crowds could hang out when no one’s around, move into a “fear area” when someone comes close, start to run, hide from a new “attack”, and escape in groups.

Christin Marczinzik & Thi Binh Minh Nguyen – Swing – Germany

“Swing” makes a dream of flying come true. While swinging you leave the drab monotony of everyday life behind, find a place to ease your mind and regain your strength. The use of a 3D oculus enhances this experience with virtual reality, creating a unique immersive adventure and sending you to a crafted watercolor world.

Donald Abad – Fated Ascent – France

By looking at a pile of rocks through a tablet or a smartphone, visitors can reveal the presence of one of them, virtually linked to the rocks. Mixing land-art, performance, and psycho-geography, Donald Abad’s installation reveals the memory of what is inanimate.

Håkan Lidbo & Magnus Frenning – Big Beat – Sweden

“Big Beat” is an interactive, choreographic, social giant drum machine, that is also a game. Stretch out in unknown bodily positions to reach the buttons and create rhythms. Make new friends to create even funkier beats together.

Índice: Jonattas Poltronieri, Luis Mello, Pedro Venetucci & Rofli Sanches – Phantom Limb – Brazil

“Phantom Limb” provides an interaction similar to one of the main treatments to phantom limb, a phenomenon that afflicts people who have suffered amputation of limbs or organs. Just like the original mirrored box, the installation is a rectangular unit where the user inserts his arm and is urged to move it in different ways.

Lea van Steen & Raquel Kogan – Futuro do Pretérito – Brazil

“Futuro do Pretérito” transports us to the universe of the visitor through customized glasses. We see what he has seen and the time he used them. At the same time, a sound intervention and a device that makes him see what’s behind him act over the visitor.

Minha Yang – Meditation – South Korea

Numerous symbols are expressed in irregular patterns of sound through the three audio-visual installations. The sound is transformed, resulting in the image of waves sinking inside. Through these processes, this installation can be the right tool for meditation.

Nika Oblak & Primoz Novak – Border Mover – Slovenia

“Border Mover” is a pneumatic mechanism that enables a 2D video image to be transferred to a 3D space. The installation explores physical and psychological borders, and deals with the contemporary individual being, who is trapped in overwhelming technology and the routine of their everyday existence, which resembles the monotony of operating machines.

Oli Sorenson – Video Pistoletto – Canada

Large scale LCD video screens are pierced, producing cracks on the glass surfaces. The liquid crystals splash within the fragments and give the impression of organic forms trapped under light boxes. This work confronts us with a paradoxal twist: an absurd action forged in the same relentless flight of obsolescence and waste as our current consumerist media feeding frenzy.

Ozge Samanci, Blacki Li Rudi Migliozzi & Daniel Sabio – Plink Blink – United States

“Plink Blink” allows three participants to make collaborative music by blinking their eyes. In contrast to its quiet nature, blinking is rhythmic and a resourceful input for sound generation.

POLYMORF: Marcel Van Brakel & Frederik Duerinck – Hardwired – Netherlands

“Hardwired” consists of around 18,000 LED-lights that symbolize the transfer of knowledge. Individual luminous pixels connect and then disappear. In a process of constant transformation, new patterns, interrelations and complexities emerge.

Rejane Cantoni & Leonardo Crescenti – PAREDE | WALL – Brazil

“PAREDE” is a kinetic and interactive structure made from 45 mirror finished aluminium sheets which, in a chain reaction, rotate 180°. The chain reaction happens according to the visitors’ actions. Just like domino, when someone passes by one of the installation’s extremities, they trigger an action mechanism; the sheets turn, one by one, until they rotate.

Rejane Cantoni & Leonardo Crescenti – TRAÇA | BOOKWORM – Brazil

“BOOKWORM” is a reading-talking machine, an automaton book designed to perceive the environment and express what it sees via fragments of literature.

Ronald van der Meijs – A Time Capsule of Life – Netherlands

“A Time Capsule of Life” is an interactive sculpture created from plastic bags, which form a transparent structure of cells and conduits. Connected to air tubes, the bags are pumped up depending on the movement of the audience, which becomes part of the system. Without the presence of an active spectator the sculpture falls back slowly. Supported by Mondriaan Fund.

Zoro Feigl – Detour. A long and winding road to nowhere in particular – Netherlands

A machine that constantly combs a green tape over the floor and so creates constantly changing patterns while the green material is moving the machine in return. A constant dance between machine and material emerges. Supported by Mondriaan Fund. Collectie Voorlinden, Wassenaar.

Zoro Feigl – Poppy – Netherlands

As a giant poppy flower, this piece of tarpaulin unfolds itself above the viewer to show an elegant dance of waves and curls while within this dance a violent battle emerges between gravity, friction and centrifugal forces. Supported by Mondriaan Fund.

FILE LED SHOW

Paloma Oliveira & Mateus Knelsen – Monomito – Brazil

“Monomito” is a multimedia performance in which the performer crosses the public space wearing an apparatus that recognizes visual patterns of human faces, “kidnapping” them and projecting them in the mask of the performer, as well as other places in the space he crosses.

Vitor Freire – IJO – Brazil

“IJO” was born with the objective of reframing the place of dance and a re-appropriation of the public spaces. By positioning themselves in front of the work, the participants have a visual representation of their bodies exhibited in real time on the Fiesp building. Dance to tell who you are.

Gif Public Project

1 Anne de Boer – Ikarus – United Kingdom
2 Bill Domonkos – Heirloom – United States
3 Dušan Čežek – Pixelomics – Yugoslavia
4 Erdal Inci – SchelsischesTor piece – Turkey
5 Erdal Inci – Clones – United States
6 Erdal Inci – Duo Jump – United States
7 Erdal Inci – Galata Tower – United States
8 Erdal Inci – Needtosleep – United States
9 Erdal Inci – Poi – United States
10 Kyttenjanae – No title – United States
11 Kyttenjanae – Energy – United States
12 Kyttenjanae – No title – United States
13 Rollin Leonard – Body Wave – United States
14 Stephen Vuillemin – Qoso – Jura – France
15 Vicenzo Lodigiani – No title – Italy
16 Yoshi Sodeoka – Psychedelica – Japan
17 Yoshi Sodeoka – Pollock – Japan

FILE METRO

Takeshi Mukai, Kei Shiratori & Younghyo Bak – ARART – Japan

“ARART” is an application that breathes life into objects. It links reality with the expressions delivered through mobile devices adding new stories and values to the real environment.

FILE ANIMA+

This year, FILE Anima+ presents 107 short films from innovative and experimental artists who work with different techniques and approach various subjects.
For the first time, FILE Anima+ offers an award: the FILE Anima+ Award. With over a hundred works submitted in different techniques, 6 animations were chosen to be awarded with the 1st, 2nd and 3rd places; and three honorable mentions.
As a highlight, the festival also presents a new exhibit proposal called “Cutting Edge Animation”, with 23 animations from 13 artists that are part of the collective Aboveground Animation, an itinerant showcase of animations, videos and musical performances, and of artists from all over the world.
Besides this proposal, FILE Anima+ exhibits the awarded animations by the most important animation festivals of the world through partnerships established since 2011 with Japan Media Arts Festival, Be There! Corfu Animation Festival, SICAF, SIGGRAPH, and ANIMA – Córdoba International Animation Festival.

FILE ANIMA+ AWARD

1. Michael Frei – Plug & Play – France
2. Charuvi Agrawal – Shri Hanuman Chalisa 3D – India
3. Mauro Carraro – Aubade – Switzerland

HONORABLE MENTION

1. Pedro Harres – Castillo y el Armado – Brazil
2. Javier Longobardo – Believe the Lie – Spain
3. ノガミカツキ – After Remnant – Japan

CUTTING EDGE ANIMATION

1. Barry Doupé – Thale – Canada
2. Emanuele Kabu – It’s Called “Moon” – Italy
3. Erin Dunn – Red Monkey – United States
4. Hugo Arcier – Fiction 1 – France
5. Hugo Arcier – L’affaiblissement Progressif des Ressources – France
6. Hugo Arcier – Surface… – France
7. Hugo Arcier & Le Cube – Nostalgia for Nature – France
8. Hugo Arcier & Mathilde Marc – Camgirl Odalisque – France
9. Kathleen Daniel – Lovin – United States
10. Katie Torn – Breathe Deep – United States
11. Katie Torn – Geo Crash – United States
12. Katie Torn – The Calm Before the Storm – United States
13. Lale Westvind – Flesh Gun – United States
14. Lauren Gregory – Triptych – United States
15. Martha Colburn – Film for the Author Diana Wagman – United States
16. Martha Colburn – Here Comes Another Lesson – United States
17. Martha Colburn – Wrong Time Capsule – United States
18. Mount Emult – Eyeseyeseyeseyes Eyes On You Baby! – United States
19. Ryan Hale – Cluster – United States
20. Shelley Dodson – Fissure Ritual – United States
21. SSION – Woman – United States

EXHIBITION

1. Adrian Regnie – I. – Mexico
2. Adrian Regnie – U. – Mexico
3. Alan Becker – Animator vs. Animation IV – United States
4. Bittler: Bittler Serge Bernard & Bittler Théo – The Other World – France
5. Carolina lolas – Parasitaje a Théngu – Chile
6. Danny Madden – All Your Favorite Shows! – United States
7. Danny Madden – Confusion Through Sand – United States
8. Darren Pearson – Lightspeed – United States
9. David Mussel – Estrela – Brazil
10. David Schaffer – Trees – France
11. Dmitry Zakharov – Inside Me – Germany
12. Douglas Alves Ferreira – O Menino que Sabia Voar – Brazil
13. EID/COBURN: Celia Eid & Robert Coburn – Interstitial Traces – France
14. Evan Mann – Pure Concentricity – United States
15. Fernanda Frick – When I’m Scared – Chile
16. Gabriel S Moses – ENHANC[=MENT | an augmented graphic novel - a quick presentation – Germany
17. Glasz DeCuir – Disappear (Crossing Simulator) – Spain
18. Greg Barth – Hello Play – England
19. HEM – GIOCANDO CON I BOTTONI – Italy
20. Henning M. Lederer – The Whale – Germany
21. Hugo Cierzniak – Dip N Dance – France
22. Hugues Clément – G L E A M – Canada
23. Impromptu: Lucas Pelegrineti Grynszpan, Lucas Ribeiro Rodrigues & Vinícius Franco –Tanto Faz – Brazil
24. Jason Nelson – City Forest and the Sandy End – Australia
25. Jason Nelson – The Fences Divide Five – Australia
26. Javier Longobardo – When Girls Collide – Spain
27. Joanna Bonder – Digits – Poland
28. Joanna Bonder – Rope2 – Poland
29. Joey Cheers, Teon Simmons, & Fishy Thom – The Orca Awareness Project – United States
30. Johan Rijpma – Descent – Netherlands
31. Johan Rijpma – Division – Netherlands
32. Julien Bisaro – Bang Bang! – France
33. Karin Tueta – The Winepress – France
34. Kelli Anderson & Selena Simmons-Duffin – NPR-Talking While Female – United States
35. Leo Uehara – Un día – Argentina
36. Liliana Farber – Where X and Y – Israel
37. Lorenzo Oggiano – Quasi-Objects / Cinematic Environment #8 – Italy
38. Marcelo Castro – DALIVINCASSO – Brazil
39. Marcio Shimabukuro (Shima) – Baleia – Brazil
40. Martin Smatana – Rosso Papavero – Slovakia
41. Mauricio Bartok – Luz, Sombra e Medo – Brazil
42. Max Hattler – Shift – Hong Kong
43. Max Hattler – Unclear Proof – Hong Kong
44. Max Hattler – X – Hong Kong
45. Mike Pelletier – Time of Flight – Netherlands
46. Nicolás Rupcich – Untitled – Germany
47. Oleg Elagin – The Unknown Technician – Russia
48. Paulo Passaro – Coco de Elevador – Brazil
49. Péter Vácz – Rabbit and Deer – Germany
50. PetPunk – A Story About A Badger – Lithuania
51. PetPunk – Woos – Lithuania
52. Província Studio: Guilherme Araújo & Iuri Araújo – Aniz, a bruxinha aprendiz – Brazil
53. Província Studio: Iuri Araújo & Guilherme Araújo – Batalha das Máscaras – Brazil
54. Pu Shuai Cheng – Consciousness Spin Project – Taiwan
55. Robert Hloz – Numbers – Czech Republic
56. Rodrigo EBA! – Graffiti Dança – Brazil
57. Sandrine Deumier & Alx P.op – MagicalGarden – France
58. Simona Muzzeddu – BORDERLINE PSYCHOTIC ACTIVITY – Italy
59. Siyu Mao – Graphic Destroys the Universe – Germany
60. Susanne Wiegner – [meine heimat] – Germany
61. Susanne Wiegner – at the museum – Germany
62. Susanne Wiegner – Home! Sweet home! – Germany
63. Susanne Wiegner – Kaspar Hauser Song – Germany
64. Susanne Wiegner – the light – the shade – Germany
65. Thiago R – Linhas de Contenção – Brazil
66. Tiny Inventions: Ru Kuwahata & Max Porter – Between Times – United States
67. Tutsy Navarathna – MetaPhore – India
68. Ulf Kristiansen – Jealous Guy – Norway
69. Wayner Tristao – A chuva de cada um – Brazil
70. Wilson Borja – Babochka – Colombia
71. Wilson Borja – Chere – Colombia
72. Wrik Mead – Draw the Line – Canada

PARTNER FESTIVALS

Be There! Corfu Animation Festival 2014
1 Adam Schachner – The Old People Museum – Canada
2 Beatriz Herrera Carrillo – Moskina – Mexico
3 Csaba Gellár – Blackwood – How to Write a Blackwood Article – Hungary
4 Dao Thi Thuy Linh – Dinosaurs – Czech Republic
5 Effie Pappa – My Stuffed Granny – United Kingdom /Greece
6 Hannes Rall – Si Lunchai – Germany & Singapure
7 Kim Noce – The Waterbearer – United Kingdom
8 Nassos Vakalis – Dinner for Few – United States
9 Rebecca Archer – Canuck Black – United Kingdom
10 Salvatore Centoducati, Eleonora Bertolucci, Ruben Pirito & Giulio De Toma – Office Kingdom – Italy
11 Shaun Clark & Kim Noce – The Key – United Kingdom

SICAF
1 Alan HOLLY – Coda – Ireland
2 Anete MELECE – The Kiosk – Switzerland
3 Augusto ZANOVELLO – Women’s letters – France
4 Dong-Cheol YOUM – I’m So Sorry Mom – Koreia
5 JOUNG Yu-Mi – Love Games – Koreia
6 Kari PIESKÄ – No Time for Toes – Finland
7 Yan-Tong ZHU – My Milk Cup Cow – Japan

ANIMA – Córdoba International Animation Festival
1 Becho Lo Bianco & Mariano Bergara – Inercia – Argentina
2 Bjor-Erik Aschim & Sam Taylor – Everything I Can See From Here – United Kingdom
3 Philipp Artus – Snail Trail – Germany
4 Raf Wathion – DAY_6011 – Belgium
5 Santiago ‘Bou’ Grasso – Padre – Argentina
6 Spela Cadez – Boles – Slovenia & Germany
7 Thomas Stellmach & Maja Oschmann – Virtuos Virtuell – Germany

Japan Media Arts Festival
1 Fuyu ARAI – 1347smiles – Japan
2 Hiroyasu ISHIDA – Rain town – Japan
3 Kohei YOSHINO (networks) – ab_rah – Japan
4 Kunio KATO – The House of Small Cubes – Japan
5 MASAHIKO SATO + EUPHRATES – Issey Miyake A-poc Inside – Japan
6 Masanori OKAMOTO – I am alone, walking on the straight road – Japan
7 Masashi YOKOTA – Kiokuzenkei – Japan
8 Morihiro HARANO, Jun NISHIDA, SeiichiHISHIKAWA, Kenjiro MATSUO, Mitsuo TSUDA & Toshifumi OISO – Xylophone – Japan
9 Takashi NAKAMURA – Shashinkan (The Photo Studio) – Japan

SIGGRAFH
1 Alessandro Pacciani – DARK SOULS II
2 And Maps And Plans – Coda
3 Animation and Digital Art School of Communication University Of China – A Warrior’s Dream
4 Aug&ohr medien – MeTube: August sings Carmen Habanera
5 Autour de Minuit – Ascension
6 Autour de Minuit – HOME SWEET HOME
7 Autour de Minuit – Sun of a Beach
8 Autour de Minuit – My Little Croco
9 Autour de Minuit – ESCARFACE
10 Autour de Minuit – Greenfields
11 Autour de Minuit – Treo Fiskur
12 China Central Academy of Fine Arts – Journey Of My Memory
13 Delapost Paris – Space Cat Hob
14 Digic Pictures – Digic Pictures Autour de Minuit
15 Digipen Institute of Technology – Level 1457 Last
16 Emily Carr University of Art and Design – Happy & Gay
17 ESMA – 100m
18 ESMA – Monkey Symphony
19 ESMA – Beyond the lines
20 ESMA – ENTRACTE
21 ESMA – Forward, March!
22 ESMA – La vie en vert
23 ESMA – L’Incroyable Marrec
24 Ilion Animation Studios – Mortadelo y Filemon contra Jimmy el Cachondo
25 Je Regarde – Juste de l’eau
26 Je Regarde – Land
27 Jelly Studio – Story Muh
28 Light Chaser Animation Studios – Little Yeyos
29 Media Design School – Over The Moon
30 Media Design School – Shelved
31 Method Studios – General Electric ‘Childlike Imagination’
32 Method Studios – DirecTV ‘Troll’
33 Method Studios – White House Down – Destruction of the Capitol
34 Method Studios – Iron Man 3 – The ‘Extremis Effect’
35 Method Studios – Infiniti ‘Factory of Life’
36 Method Studios – Divergent – Behind the ‘Mirror Room’
37 Middlebury College – 11 Paper Place
38 ModernEye – Light Motif
39 Niv Shpigel – LOAD
40 Passion Pictures – Nike ‘The Last Game’
41 Passion Pictures – Bank of America ‘Gladly Tuesday’
42 Ringing College of Art and Design – The Prize Inside
43 Ringling College of Art and Design – The Legend of the Flying Tomato
44 Sarah Kambara – Jinxy Jenkins, Lucky Lou
45 School of Visual Arts – Monster
46 School of Visual Arts – Cupidiculous
47 Sève Films – Initium
48 Sève Films – Atome Luce
49 Sève Films – Amasia
50 Sève Films – Un Conte
51 Sève Films – Myosis
52 Sève Films – Meet Meat
53 Sève Films – Fol’Amor
54 Sève Films – Floating in my mind
55 Taiwan University of Arts – Red Spot
56 The Monk Studio Co. Ltd. – Nine

FILE GAMES
1 Alien Trap – Apotheon – Canada
2 Arachnid Games – Ballpoint Universe: Infinite – United States
3 Behold Studio – Chroma Squad – Brazil
4 Brace Yourself Games – Crypt of the NecroDancer – Canada
5 bracket]games – Three Fourths Home – United States
6 Broken Rules – Secrets of Rætikon – Áustria
7 Compulsion Games – Contrast – Canada
8 Croteam – The Talos Principle – Croatia
9 grapefrukt games – rymdkapsel – Sweden
10 inkle – 80 Days – United Kingdom
11 inkle – Sorcery! – United Kingdom
12 Loveshack Entertainment – FRAMED iOS – Australia
13 Mi Clos Studio – Out There – France
14 Michael Frei & Mario von Rickenbach / Etter Studio – PLUG & PLAY – Switzerland
15 Might and Delight – Shelter 2 – Sweden
16 Minority Media – Spirits of Spring – Canada
17 Modern Dream – LA Cops – United Kingdom
18 Monogon Games – Interloper – Netherlands
19 Over the Moon – The Fall – Canada
20 Pocket Trap – Ninjin – Brazil
21 Polyculture – Prune – United States
22 Santa Ragione – FOTONICA – Italy
23 Sarepta Studio – Shadow Puppeteer – Norway
24 Spaces of Play – Future Unfolding – Germany
25 SuperChop Games – Ephemerid – United States
26 SuperGiant Games – Transistor – United States
27 Tale of Tales – Sunset – Belgium
28 Upper One Games / E-Line Media – Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) – United States
29 XXIIVV – Oquonie – Canada

3D Oculus Games
1 Ana Ribeiro – Pixel Rift – Brazil
2 Cory Strassburger – Senza Peso – Italy
3 Frédéric Lecompte / BackLight–Studio – Bird King Land – France
4 Ichiro Lambe / Dejobaan Games – Aaaaaa for the Awesome – United States
5 Jake Slack / Slacker Games – Private Eye – England
6 Mat Walker and the Texas Trouble / Mat Walker Entertainment – Body of the Night – United States
7 Richard Stitselaar / Vertigo Games – World of Diving – Netherlands
8 Tomáš Mariančík – SightLine The chair – Czech Republic

FILE VIDEO ART

FILE 2015 presents a curatorship with a profile of the current video artistic production, with around sixty works from artists of more than twenty countries. The purpose is to bring forth the work of young people who seek to develop their own poetics and languages through video.

1 Alejandro Casales – And Death Shall Have No Dominion – Mexico
2 Alexandra Dementieva – Sleeper’s Tapestry – Belgium
3 Alison Bennett – Inverto – Australia
4 Anna Tolkacheva – Fragments of Dissapearing – Russia
5 AUJIK – Plasticity Unfolding – Japan
6 AUJIK – AnxOxna – Japan
7 Barbara Oettinger – Catharsis – Chile
8 Benjamin Rosenthal & James Moreno – Human, Next: Phase One – United States
9 Benjamin Rosenthal & James Moreno – Human, Next: Phase Two – United States
10 Brit Bunkley – Kafka’s Sisters – New Zealand
11 Bruno Costa – Tympanum – Brazil
12 Bruno Mendes da Silva – Neblina – Portugal
13 Christoph Korn – Eingedenken – Germany
14 Christoph Korn – Pneuma – Germany
15 Daniela Toledo – Imminent Body – Chile
16 Daz Disley & Fenia Kotsopoulou – Here but not here at all at the same time – United Kingdom
17 Devis Venturelli – Suburban Rhapsody – Italy
18 Emiliano Zucchini – Capturing Memories – Italy
19 Felix Frederick – Drki – Australia
20 Hye Young Kim – Intimate Distance – United States
21 Jeroen Cluckers – Oneiria – Belgium
22 Johan Rijpma – Descent – Netherland
23 Justin Lincoln – Columns – United States
24 Maciej Piatek aka Vj Pietrushka – Kaspar Hauser Song – United Kingdom
25 Maciej Piatek aka Vj Pietrushka – Contemplating Hell – United Kingdon
26 Marc Neys & Sigrun Höllrigl (text) – A Blue Animal Bows – Austria
27 Marc Neys aka Swoon – Five Miles (Simple Brushstrokes on a Naked Canvas) – Belgium
28 Mari Nagem – Avesso – Brazil
29 Marion Phillini, Maria Fernanda Calderon,Jon Clair, Ella Phillips & Natasha Sabatini – La tua vita per me – United Kingdom
30 Mark Tholander – Simulacrum – Denmark
31 Mark Tholander – #### – Denmark
32 Mercedes Helnwein – Cops and Nurses – Austria
33 minus.log: Giustino Di Gregorio & Manuela Cappucci – Sleeping Beauty – Italy
34 Muriel Montini – Je vais où je suis | I am going where I am – France
35 Muriel Montini – Ceux de la côte | The ones from the coast – France
36 Nicolás Rupcich – EDF (Error de Formato) – Germany
37 Nina Ross – Untitled #1 (Pregnancy) – Australia
38 Nino Fournier – A Propaganda Film – Part I & III – Switzerland
39 Nino Fournier – Portrait de la Jeune Fille en Danseuse – Switzerland
40 Oksana Chepelyk – COLLIDER_100: Kyiv 2014 – Ukraine
41 Oksana Chepelyk – COLLIDER_100: Sarajevo 1914 – Ukraine
42 Oksana Chepelyk – COLLIDER – Ukraine
43 Po-Yen Wang – Transience – Taiwan
44 pryorart: Jutta Pryor, Teresa Mei Chuc & Masonik – I took nothing – Australia
45 Samuel Adam Swope – ta-ta-ta-ta-ta→ – Hong Kong
46 Sang Jun Yoo – Disapparition – United States
47 Sarah Oos – Femme Chanel – Emma Fenchel – Austria
48 Sarawut Chutiwongpeti – Untitled (Wishes, Lies and Dreams >> Peaceful…) – Switzerland
49 Sebastian Tedesco – China – Argentina
50 Shaun Wilson – Uber Memoria Part IV – Australia
51 Sigrun Höllrigl & Hubsi Kramar (text) – jumboshampoo or Joerg Bungee vanished on the rope – Austria
52 Silvia De Gennaro – Travel notebooks: Amsterdam – Italy
53 Silvia De Gennaro – Travel notebooks: Perugia – Italy
54 Stephen Hilyard – Waterfall – United States
55 Stuart Pound – To be a Ghost – United Kingdom
56 Stuart Pound – Bottle Dance – United Kingdom
57 Tahir Ün – The Game – Turkey
58 Vallet Aliénor – Versus – France
59 Vallet Aliénor – Epic of a disquiet – France
60 Yasmin Davis – Knife Dance – Israel
61 Yasmin Davis Out of Sync Israel
62 Yasmin Davis – Still – Israel
63 Youyou Yang – Pre-Invention of a Time Machine: Interview with s.t. Betamon – Germany

FILE GIF

FILE 2015 presents new curatorships with GIF and WebGL works. Using as a starting point photography, drawings, illustrations, and interactive animations, all of them explore and point out to original possibilities of use and artistic expression.

1 Anne de Boer – Ikarus – United Kingdom
2 Bill Domonkos – GIF Image: Stallion by Currier & Ives, c1867 – United States
3 Bill Domonkos – Heirloom – United States
4 Bill Domonkos – Smoke man – United States
5 Carla Gannis – The Garden of Emoji Delights – United States
6 Dušan Čežek – Pixelomics (Hulk) – Yugoslavia
7 Dušan Čežek – Pixelomics (Hulk) – Yugoslavia
8 Dušan Čežek – Pixelomics (Superman and Wonder Woman) – Yugoslavia
9 Erdal Inci – SchelsischesTor piece – Turkey
10 Erdal Inci – Lichtgrenze – Turkey
11 Erdal Inci – Duo Jump – Turkey
12 Ioshi Sodeoka – Psychedelica – Japan
13 Ioshi Sodeoka – Pollock GIF number 94 – Japan
14 Ioshi Sodeoka – Pollock GIF number 98 – Japan
15 Ioshi Sodeoka – Pollock GIF number 99 – Japan
16 Kyttenjanae – Emptiness Seeping through – United States
17 Kyttenjanae – Fine i am fine – United States
18 Kyttenjanae – Energy – United States
19 Paul Robertson – Creation – Australia
20 Paul Robertson – Expedition – Australia
21 Paul Robertson – Data – Australia
22 Rollin Leonard – Body Wave – United States
23 Stephen Vuillemin – sem título – Italy

FILE WebGL

1 Chris Shier – Gifmelter – Canada
2 Chris Shier – sbcs/00a.06 – Canada
3 Chris Shier – line – Canada
4 Chris Shier – line/05×5 – Canada
5 Chris Shier – line/03 – Canada
6 Chris Shier – 29/30i – Canada
7 Damien Mortini – House – United Kingdom
8 Einar Öberg – Tornado – Suécia
9 Einar Öberg – Plus & Minus – Sweden
10 Einar Öberg – Lathe Workshop – Sweden
11 Jon Svenonius – Pearl Boy – Sweden
12 Matthias Wolff – Delight-engine – Camera Demo – Germany
13 Nicolas Jaenen – Motion Pixie – Belgium
14 Ryan Alexander – Streetview-Stereographic – United States
15 Vince McKelvie – Marble – United States
16 Vince McKelvie – Sway – United States
17 Vince McKelvie – Backflips – United States
18 Vince McKelvie – Runners – United States
19 Vince McKelvie – Cartwheel – United States
20 Vince McKelvie – Runner Undulation – United States
21 Vince McKelvie – Huddle – United States
22 Vince McKelvie – Bod Undulation – United States
23 Vince McKelvie – Emoji – United States
24 Vincent Morisset – Just a reflektor – Canada
25 Vincent Morisset – Way to Go – United States

MEDIA ART

1 Anne Pasanen & Geo Panagiotidou – Kalevala Book Visualisation – Finland
2 Anni Garza Lau – A Pragmatic Digital Art Manifesto – Mexico
3 Basic Bruegel: Valerie LeBlanc & Daniel H Dugas – Flow: Big Waters – Canada
4 BiarritZZZ – Possawsubawater – Brazil
5 Chang Liu – Wild Growth – United States
6 Daniel Peixoto Ferreira – Join Us – Brazil
7 Daniel Peixoto Ferreira – Learn – Brazil
8 David Clark – The End: Death in Seven Colours – Canada
9 Duda – Ecos #1 – Brazil
10 Enrique Franco Lizarazo – D-sonus: aplicativo para criação audiovisual em dispositivos móveis – Brazil
11 Ewa Doroszenko & Jacek Doroszenko – Soundreaming – Poland
12 Hidenori Watanave Laboratory, Tokyo Metropolitan University, The Asahi Shimbun Company & Tokyo Metropolitan Archives – The Tokyo Olympic Archive 1964-2020 – Japan
13 Iono Allen – Butchery – France
14 IP Yuk-Yiu – Clouds Fall – Hong Kong
15 Jason Edward Lewis – Vital to the General Public Welfare (The PoEMM Cycle) – Canada
16 Jason Nelson – The Required Field – Australia
17 Jean-Michel Rolland – Biosphere – France
18 Jean-Michel Rolland – The Endless Journey – France
19 Jenny Lin – Replay: A Memory Game – Canada
20 Jody Zellen – Time Jitters – United States
21 jtwine – UltraHyperDrone – United States
22 Justin Lincoln – The Stroboscope – United States
23 Les Riches Douaniers: Gilles Richard & Fabrice Zoll – Tableau Sisyphéen (Sisyphean Picture) – France
24 Livia Mateiaș – Strings – Romania
25 Luigia Cardarelli – Landscape – Italy
26 Luigia Cardarelli – The Unspoken Words – Italy
27 Luigia Cardarelli – Imagined Time – Italy
28 Luis Hernandez-Galván – This place you see is about to be no more… – Singapure
29 Michael Takeo Magruder – Data_Plex (Babel) – United Kingdom
30 Paganmuzak – Rotational Chaos – Italy
31 Rachel Simone Weil, Torley & Nathalie Lawhead – Monkey Fortunetell – United States
32 reVoltaire – kinema ikon: serial / season one – Romania
33 Roberto Stelzer – Poesia 3D – Brazil
34 Ryota Matsumoto – the High Overdrive and Its Undefinable Consequence – Japan
35 Ryota Matsumoto – the Indistinct Notion of an Object Trajectory – Japan
36 Ryota Matsumoto – Voided by the False Vows of Time – Japan
37 Second Front: Patrick Lichty, LiZ Solo, Bibbe Hansen, Yael Gilks, Doug Jarvis & Scott Kildall – Red Dog For Freddie Herko – United States
38 Will Luers – Phantom Agents – United States

HYPERSONICA

SCREENING
1 Alejandro Casales – Adsem Varien – Mexico
2 Alexandra Dementieva – Piano Insight – Belgium
3 Antonio Mazzotti – I have not seen you on the jumbotrons at TimeSSquare – Italy
4 AV3EZ: André Victor & Bruno Bez – Gangorra 2.0 – Brazil
5 AVOIDANT & Márcio Paranhos – AVOIDANT, Black Curtains – Portugal
6 Coletivo Madeirista: Joeser Alvarez & Ariana Boaventura – Alegoria – Brazil
7 Jacek Doroszenko – I had to recompile the Kernel – Poland
8 Jacek Doroszenko & Ewa Doroszenko – The same horizon repeated at every moment of the walk – Poland
9 Mehrdad – Entities – Iran
10 Pedro Lacerda & Blond:ish – No place like gnome – Brazil
11 Riled Up: Mike Celona & Riley Beats – It’s All Fun & Games Until Somebody Puts an Eye Out – United States
12 Roberto Zanata – Gypsum – Italy
13 XCEED: Chris Cheung Hon Him, Jason Lam Chi Fai, Jeff Wong Chun Kit & Kwan Kai Yin – RadianceScape / 輻射界 – Hong Kong

PARTICIPANTS

1 Daniel Gazana – Solaris – Brazil
2 DUO b + JpAccacio: Marcelo Bressanin, Pedro Ricco Noce, João Paulo Accacio & Andrei Thomaz – Fluente – Brazil
3 Eisuke Yanagisawa – Ridge Line – Japan
4 irrthum: Luciano Irrthum & João Gabriel – Unconfortable – Brazil
5 Joceles Bicalho – Atari Punk – Brazil
6 Juan Carlos Vasquez – Collage 4 “Landscape” – Finland
7 Julian Scordato – Constellations – Italy
8 Marco Ferrazza – Fluttuazioni – Italy
9 Marco Ferrazza – Radiale – Italy
10 Roberto Zanata – Nero Siderale – Italy
11 sampler b: Beto Ehongue, Rafle, João Sima, Baé Ribeiro & Hugo Benígno – Sampler B – Brazil
12 Sandrine Deumier & Alx P.op – Mdr_test508 – France
13 Sandrine Deumier & Philippe Lamy – Télémaque – France
14 Swoon – For Zachary – Belgium
15 Swoon – Intrusion – Belgium
16 Total Unicorn: Lyman Hardy III, Lindsey Taylor & Stephen Fishman – Total Unicorn – United States
17 Uwe Heine Debrodt – Organica – Mexico
18 Uwe Heine Debrodt – Exhalation-land – Mexico
19 Uwe Heine Debrodt – Ritual 2 – Mexico
20 Yuko Katori & Sonia Esse – Le jardin suspendu – France

WORKSHOP

Entry Form: http://file.org.br/highlight/file-sp-2015-workshop/

Workshops:

Aieda Freitas – Building interactive narratives with Processing and Arduino – Brazil
June 16th to 18th, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Andrei Thomaz – Time machines – Brazil
June 16th and 20th, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Bernardo França – From head to toe: all the process of an illustration – Brazil
June 20th, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Fábio Yamaji – Stop Motion animation with origamis – Brazil
June 16th and 17th, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Gabriel Camelo – Slit Scan GIF: distorting GIFs in time – Brazil
June 19th, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Marcos Vieira Lobo – Soundtrack composing for games and apps – Brasil
June 17th and 18th, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Marlon Tenório & Marcelo Castro – Paper Cut Animation – Brazil
June 20th, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Moisez Vasconcellos – Creative programming through the software ISADORA – Brazil
June 18th and 19th, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Paul Robertson – Pixel Art and GIF animation – Australia
June 16th and 17th, from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Vanessa Remonti – How to conduct/plan an animation short film – Brazil
June 16th to 19th, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Victor-Hugo Borges – Animation series development – Brazil
June 19th, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

SERVICE

FILE 2015
Electronic Language International Festival

EXHIBITION
Art Gallery of SESI-SP
From June 16th to August 16th
Every day from 10 AM to 8 PM, entry permitted until 7:40 PM.

FILE LED SHOW
Digital Art Gallery SESI-SP
From June 16th to July 19th
Every day, with public interaction from 8 PM to 10 PM and exhibition of visual works from 10 PM to 6 AM.

Work Futuro do Pretérito [Raquel Kogan & Lea van Steen]
Avenida Paulista, 1313. Near the Trianon-Masp subway station.
From June 16th to June 20th
Every day from 12 PM to 8 PM

FILE Metro (Subway)
Stations Trianon-Masp and Consolação
From June 15th to July 19th
Every day from 10 AM to 8 PM

Exhibition of the movie Shirley – Visions of Reality [Gustav Deutsch]
Theater of SESI-SP
June 16th at 8 PM

FILE WORKSHOP
Mezzanine Floor
From June 16th to June 20th
From 9 AM to 10 PM
Age: 16 and older.
Centro Cultural FIESP – Ruth Cardoso
Av. Paulista, 1313
In front of subway station Trianon-Masp
Free admission
All ages admitted
+55 11 3146 7405

Group scheduling: Monday to Friday on the phone 55 11 3146 7396. Contact: Leni Arietti.